The natural cork stopper is the oldest product on the market and it is a unique and perfect sealing. As it is a 100% natural stopper made up of one piece, it has unique properties that no other competing seals can offer.
This type of product is used to seal any type of spirit regardless of its quality, rotation or bottle geometry. In cases where the wine has low rotation, the use of this stopper is a priority, allowing the wine to age with the desired quality.
The agglomerated stopper is the result of an individual molding process that binds the small granules from the cork pieces in a stopper.
This is an efficient and economical solution for wines for immediate consumption, which do not exceed a period of 24 months.
Stoppers that are formed by micro granules allow achieving greater structural stability, making it visually more appealing and efficient, being generally a more elaborate and better quality stopper than the common agglomerated stopper.
This type of stopper is applied to high rotation wines fulfilling its function with high performance.
The technical stopper is a relatively innovative type of product in the cork closure industry. It is called a “1+1” technical stopper, a stopper that consists of a body of agglomerated or micro agglomerated cork and which has at each end a natural cork disc.
This type of product is usually used to bottle consumable wines within 2 to 3 years, as it demonstrates excellent sealing results.
The stopper for sparkling wine can be included in the group of technical stoppers and it is usually called “2+0”. It stopper consists of a body of agglomerated cork in which 2 discs of high-quality natural cork are added to the end of the stopper that will be in contact with the wine.
This type of product has its greatest applicability in sparkling wines, as it is perfectly capable of retaining the gas inside the bottle, maintaining the effervescence of the wine.
A capsulated stopper is a cork stopper on top of which a wooden, PVC or even cork capsule is placed. This is generally used in fortified wines, vodka, brandy, Port wine and other spirits.
The capsule is fully made according to customer preferences of design and materials.
This stopper is very practical for bartenders and consumers as it allows easy reuse, a very important factor for bottles whose contents are not consumed all at once.
The colmated cork stopper is the result of a process in which the gaps of the natural cork stopper are filled with cork powder using resin or water-based glue. This manufacturing method aims to improve both the performance of the stopper and its visual appearance, making it homogeneous at a competitive price.
This type of stopper is intended for medium/high rotation wines, fulfilling its function with high performance.